Wednesday, October 6, 2010

From Los Angeles to...

a 160 acre farm in Washington state.  Wow!
Culture shock galore!


But now...


15 years later


I wouldn't trade this for anything!

Our farm is the clump of trees furthest in the distance on the left.
Thanks for visiting!  I'm linking up with Outdoor Wednesday.  Please
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10 comments:

Michelle said...

I grew up in a suburb of L.A. Then we moved to Kansas, and I absolutely loved it. You live in a beautiful place.

EG Wow said...

Love this wheel barrow loaded with pumpkins! Looks so much like autumn!

Donnie said...

I can sure see why you stayed . That is beautiful. I'm surprised the owl held still for the photo.

Cindy Adkins said...

Wow, this is amazing! I have been in Calif all my life until a few years ago when I moved to New Orleans...way different, that's for sure!
Your area is simply gorgeous and what a beautiful picture!!!
XO

Barbara Jean said...

Fun to see your farm,even at a distance!!

Hope you are 100% now.

hugs

barb

Linda said...

Oh, I couldn't blame you...what a wonderful lifestyle up there!!

Barbara Jean said...

just came by to say hi

blessings and hugs

bj

Vicki said...

Hello there. Your blog is beautiful. Karen designed my new blog too. Looking forward to staying in touch and seeing more of the farm.

Cindy Adkins said...

Wow, these pictures are gorgeous!!
XO

dogsmom said...

Culture shock indeed! You traded UP for sure.